senorsquare wrote:I haven't had any problems taking any of mine apart. The key step for me is putting a couple of layers of painters tape on the edge so I don't slice my hand up trying to get it back together.
Speaking of tips, a good idea is to take the knife apart on a towel or something that screws and little parts won't bounce far WHEN you drop them accidentally. I use the tape also but I'd rather get a little nick than loose a screw. I've dropped a couple that it took me about 2 yours to find. If you haven't noticed these knives don't come with extra parts.
One time a screw fell in the little trash can beside me. Luckily it was only full of paper and dry stuff. Not the kitchen trash that may have grosser stuff in there.